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When you want a bass that can meet the absolute highest standards, you owe it to yourself to check out a Warwick electric bass. By never compromising when they build an instrument, Warwick has attracted an international following that's put their basses on stages everywhere. All it takes is a look at Warwick's roster of players to see that; especially on the metal scene with bassists like Marco Hietala of Nightwish and Sean Tibbetts of Kamelot. Rocker Mike Inez plays Warwick with Alice in Chains, and even Bob Dylan's protege Tony Garnier relies on Warwick basses. The legacy of Warwick goes back to 1982, when Hans-Peter Wilfer founded the company in Germany. From day one, Warwick has been a premium brand focused on outstanding build quality and using the best tonewoods available. They're also an environmentally-conscious luthier, sourcing all their woods from sustainable forests and using production methods with a neutral carbon footprint. That makes Warwick's electric basses a responsible choice as well as a great-sounding one.

Warwick caters to musicians of all experience levels with its impressive selection of electric basses. If you're just starting out and you'd like something accessible to get your foot in the door, you should begin your search with the Rockbass series. These instruments can put Warwick's renowned designs in any bassist's hands, with a great variety of 4 and 5-string basses based on the Corvette, Streamer, Fortress and Starbass models.

The original basses in the Warwick lineup, first produced over 30 years ago, are still among their most popular. That list includes the Corvette and Streamer as well as the Thumb, all of which are present and accounted for in handmade German editions. If you want to play truly elite bass guitar, then you need to check out the German-made Warwicks. No matter which Warwick electric bass you choose, you're joining a prestigious family by taking this revered name onto the stage. When you need an incredible instrument to help you realize your full potential as a bassist, Warwick is more than ready to deliver.